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From: _ Prof. Jonez _ on 3 May 2007 13:07
> In article <59srujF2l7n0sU1(a)mid.individual.net>,
> _ Prof. Jonez _ <theprof(a)jonez.net> wrote:
>> Kent Wills wrote:
>>> Where's the proof that atheism is correct? Why do you run and
>>> hide when I ask about it?
>> I will gladly show that your pig-ignorant grotesque
>> perverted superstition that you call christianity is
>> utterly false.
>>> Why, when I gave you the dictionary definition of a valid,
>>> verifiable claim, did you stop posting to the thread?
>> It just illustrated the level of your prevaricating dishonesty.
>> Why don't you hold your superstitious religious claims to
>> the same standard? If you had the honesty to do so
>> then my work would be done.
>>> Time to put up or shut up, stupid.
>> Ok, don't run away this time ...
>> So your Holey Baable is the inerrant revealed word of god himself,
> Isn't Kent Wills the guy who believes in the Invisible Pink Unicorn
> because no one can prove it doesn't exist?
Among the infinite other absurdities ... he ain't the sharpest tack in the box,
"There will be NO change in CO2 levels since we exhale carbon
monoxide, not carbon dioxide, stupid."
-- Kent Wills
From: _ Prof. Jonez _ on 3 May 2007 13:13
Kent Wills wrote:
> As I understand it, on Wed, 2 May 2007 19:26:28 -0600, "_ Prof. Jonez
> _" <theprof(a)jonez.net> wrote:
>> Kent Wills wrote:
>>> "_ Prof. Jonez _" wrote:
>>> [various snips for brevity]
>>>> When the jury finds that the person you accused
>>>> of being pregnant is in fact not pregnant, then, ipso facto,
>>>> your initial allegation/charge is false.
>>> If the woman in question had put on a great deal of weight and
>>> was seen shopping in the maternity section of the store, there was
>>> probable cause to believe she was pregnant. That she turned out not
>>> to be pregnant doesn't mean the allegation was false.
> 100% accurate.
Is that your final answer?
>Thank you for once again letting the Usenet
> community know that I proved you wrong. It's not really needed,
> seeing as that I do it frequently, but it was and is a nice gesture on
> your part.
> Hey, while I have your attention, when are you going to post
> the valid, verifiable proof that atheism is correct? You stopped
> posting to the thread when I gave you the dictionary definitions of
> the words valid and verifiable.
You're the one who ran away. I will gladly begin to shred your
grotesque perverted bronze-age superstition with valid, verifiable
Let's begin, shall we?
You claim your Holey Baable is the inerrant revealed word of god himself, eh?
> You aren't running away like you did when I proved that there
> was no evidence that the woman who stabbed her baby was/is a Christian
> (it's possible she was/is, of course, but the article gave no
> indication of *any* religious belief).
> And posting a link to a blog with screen caps of someone
> else's myspace page, even though she had the same first and last name,
> didn't work for anyone but you, stupid.
That you reject the evidence a professional gov't
investigator posted doesn't mean there is no evidence.
So once again your claim is a lie, typical for so called christians
From: Jeckyl on 3 May 2007 13:14
>> _ Prof. Jonez _ <theprof(a)jonez.net> wrote:
>>> I will gladly show that your pig-ignorant grotesque
>>> perverted superstition that you call christianity is
>>> utterly false.
Please present this proof.
From: panamfloyd on 3 May 2007 13:47
On May 3, 1:14 pm, "Jeckyl" <n...(a)nowhere.com> wrote:
> >> _ Prof. Jonez _ <thep...(a)jonez.net> wrote:
> >>> I will gladly show that your pig-ignorant grotesque
> >>> perverted superstition that you call christianity is
> >>> utterly false.
> Please present this proof.
From: Uncle Vic on 3 May 2007 15:16
_ Prof. Jonez _ wrote:
> Kent Wills wrote:
>> Where's the proof that atheism is correct? Why do you run and
>> hide when I ask about it?
Atheism is the neutral position. Atheists make no positive claims.
Where is your proof the any religion is correct?